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From: "LBoswell" <>
Subject: [TGF] LAC
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 12:57:17 -0500
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Alison, I've lost your email address so if you can write me off list, I do
have the reference for an example of an LAC series that is available both in
microfilm and with full access to the textual records still ongoing. I just
got off the phone with LAC reference to confirm the above.

it's a box that I've ordered many times, with last access late summer, while
aware of the existence of the microfilm version. The deteriorating
condition of this particular series is one reason why I'm going to only
access it in microfilm versions in the future. It is far more interesting to
hold the actual originals and go through them, but they're getting pretty
tattered even though the pages (being acid free) are still very legibles.

You'll be pleased to see it's an L&G related box

sorry to send this to the list, but it is in response to an on list question
asked earlier by Alison.

Larry


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